Knights' work with Haitian amputees making progress

DENVER -- Providing prosthetic devices for amputees in Haiti is one of the Knights of Columbus initiatives that has connected Knights in the United States with victims of a major earthquake in the Caribbean nation. At a news conference at the Knights' convention last summer, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson spoke about Healing Haiti's Children, a partnership with Project Medishare, whereby Haitians who have had limbs amputated as the result of injuries sustained in the January 2010 earthquake were given prosthetic limbs free of charge.

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